Easy To Edit Volume Stop Levels

Adjust the ‘Volume Stop‘ levels in a live situation. Changes are reflected immediately in the music player. ‘Volume Stop‘ levels let you do timed volume changes between levels with a single click of the mouse. Always move to the same volume using the levels or manually set the level as well.

 

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Image shows the editor used to create custom stop levels in this DJ software.
Image shows control used to open 'Volume Stop Levels' editor.

Use this control to open the ‘Volume Stop‘ editor window. Use the editor to create your own presets that can be loaded into the volume controls on both the ‘current‘ and ‘next‘ decks.

The difference between two levels cannot be less than ten. Adjacent levels adjust automatically to this rule and move accordingly. The same is true when changes for a section are cancelled.

Controls

Control used to save changes.

Use this control to save the changes you made to the preset. The player overwrites the library without asking you to confirm. Use the corresponding control on the ‘Presets Review‘ window to save the changes under another name.

NOTE: Any changes you make to a ‘Default Preset‘ must be saved using another name.

Preset Name

  • The Name Of Your Preset This control shows the name of the loaded ‘Volume Stop Levels‘ preset. Use it to cancel any changes you made.

NOTE: Any changes you make to a ‘Default Preset‘ must be saved using another name.

 

Image shows stop levels of the volume preset as they were the last time the preset was saved.

This control shows the levels as they were when you last saved the preset. Right-click anywhere on a section to cancel the changes made to that level. The difference between individual levels cannot be less than ten. Adjacent levels adjust automatically to this rule and move accordingly.

Image shows stop levels of the volume preset as they are in this DJ software.

This control shows the current levels as they are in the player, including any changes that have been made. To change a level simply click & hold anywhere on a section and the mouse will automatically be positioned over that line. Drag the mouse to change that level. The difference between individual levels cannot be less than ten. Adjacent levels adjust automatically to this rule and move accordingly. The same is true when changes for a section are cancelled.

  • Image shows how changes are reflected. Changes to a level are reflected by the corresponding value having a red border.

Image shows how unused portion of the volume appear in the control.

When you set the upper level of the volume control to something less than 100, the unused portion of the volume control appears like this.

Image shows controls used to fine-tune a stop level.

Use these controls to fine-tune a level. They appear beside and follow the level you are changing. Use them to increase or decrease that level by one.

 

CAUTION: Changes are reflected immediately on the volume controls. This allows the levels to be set based on a live situation.
NOTE: This window closes automatically if you click anywhere on the player or press the [Escape] button. Changes made remain in effect.